Advertisements Probably no point in debating the merits of the finale again. I haven't seen it since it aired, but I remember thinking it worked, at least on a slightly-reduced expectations basis given the last season-plus of the show. I get that some people didn't like it -- creative arts almost by definition won't appeal to everyone -- but the vitriol then and now really confounds me. Nothing that happened (or didn't) in the finale undoes the "investment" people made in watching the show and the very real pleasure those people (including me) got out of the journey. I certainly didn't agree with all the creative choices the show made as it moved into and through its end game, but I loved the audacity of the whole enterprise and am grateful they attempted it.